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>> i think they should impose -- should have imposed it at the beginning of the year. >> reporter: rationing 37 years go required building a water pipeline and restrictions. >> that will retain the water. >> reporter: he lived through those days and said rationing now scares him. >> i am afraid the people will stop calling calling. >> this garden is a good investment. >> i am thinking of water collection system in my backyard. >> reporter: officials tell me it will not be enough. it has to rain. as of right now it doesn't look good. john fowler, ktvu channel 2 news. >> low water levels in the american river led the city
counsel impose strick limits. they want homes and businesses to cut consumption by 30%. the city of fulsome is also calling on customers to cut usage. that equals 80 gallons of water a day. here are ideas, the environmental protection agency said turning off the tap while shaving, or brushing. only washing full loads of laundry. and replacing an older toilet with an efficient model. >> as our state faces the possibility of a drought he is calling for a water bond measure. the state needs to increase its water supply and there isn't enough money for long term
water products. >> the water needs of california are enormous. we have to focus on all three. there are remaining dollars we could put to use now but they are not enough to meet the long term -- >> he wants to put the measure on this year's ballot. money for immediate needs would come from unused money. the dry, warm weather has a silver lining, it is a gorgeous day. coming up, a road trip to some of the warmest places. there are new questions about a incident involving the bomb squad in san francisco that damaged a house. ktvu's david stevenson is there tonight with what the man living next to that house had to say about what happened last night. david? >> reporter: they opened this section just about a half hour ago. there is a relief there were no
injuries but concern about how the incident was handled. >> reporter: san francisco firefighters this afternoon cleared broken windows and shoveled glass. remembrance of last night's detonation that tore a building apart and sparked a fire. >> my whole house shook. none of us knew what it was. >> reporter: police were called in, family clearing away the belongings of a late member. the bomb squad followed a render safe protocol with the decision made to order some neighbors to evacuate or shelter in place before the device was exploded in the building. >> i know there is concern as to why the bomb squad did not move the device, however in this incidence they determined it was safer to leave it where it was. >> reporter: do you think you should have been evacuated?
>> yeah. >> reporter: he lives next to the damaged house. his home and family are fine but he wants explanation about why they were told not to leave. >> they told us they found a suspicious package and they said stay where you are and that was the last we heard till the explosion. >> reporter: police tell us it will take several weeks to determine what it was. this neighborhood market is closed as the owners pick up the pieces. david stevenson, ktvu channel 2 news. after reporting one homtied last year, police -- homicide last year, police are investigating their first homicide this year, they received several 911 calls last year. officers found the victim in the parking lot. they interviewed hotel guests and following up on reports of an argument. >> our technicians are processing the scene on the
third floor. there was a party there. we are not sure if it is related or not. >> police believe the gunman fled in a dark colored sedan. a not guilty plea from a man in antioch who admitted in interviews he did kidnap a 7- year-old girl. david douglas appeared in court and charged with kidnapping and sexual assaulting the 7-year- old on january 3 in antioch. police say he followed the girl and her mother home. she was later found a couple hours later inside his car. he is also accused of trying to kidnap three other girls. he is due in court next month. four duringlers in two days -- burglaries in two days in
petaluma. they started the -- they tarted the area monday -- targeted the area monday and yesterday. ktvu's rob roth reports a teen came face to face with one of the burglars. >> reporter: when she came home monday afternoon she saw the first vinyl of trouble. -- sign of trouble. it was the side door where the break in happened. >> this was popped out. >> reporter: her bedroom was ransacked. she feels violated. >> like there were guys in my bedrooms. >> reporter: missing jewelry that have been in her family for decades. she is still in shock. >> emotionally edgy. i think about what makes me sad about it. i can get to tears. >> reporter: police say there have been 7 burglaries this month. 4 in the last 2 days. in one case a high school student came home from school.
>> there was a suspect inside the residents. he then fled. >> reporter: police are stepping up patrols in the neighborhoods. >> makes me more aware. most definitely. most definitely. >> reporter: this woman is worried someone might find her mother at home. >> frightens me. >> reporter: police believe three people are committing the burglaries, two men and a woman. >> we are reviewing surveillance video and we have finger prints. >> i want to get a dog. check out my security system. >> reporter: police say it is fortunate no one has been hurt in the break ins but the longer it goes on the greater chance that could change. rob roth, ktvu channel 2 news. there have been deadly flu cases reported in all 9 bay area counties three more deaths con-- with three more deaths
confirmed today. a 84-year-old man has died. colin kaepernick says the death of a 48-year-old man was flu related. and sonoma county, a 61-year- old woman died today. one death was also reported today in humboldt county. there have been at least 20 deaths from the flu in the bay area. the 49ers quest for six continues. with four days till the nfc championship 49ers fans are in full on planning mode. ktvu's mike mibach joins us live with what is on tap for sunday. >> reporter: 49er fans fired up for kickoff as are the businesses here in marine county. they are baking, grilling, brewing, tonight they are doing it. >> reporter: 49er flags are up on cars, homes, restaurants. >> i expect a lot of beer.
>> reporter: both fan and business man. on sunday extra staff. >> we have a huge crowd. enjoying the game. brings the community together, staff, customers together. >> reporter: they are also in the mix. we met brian slicing and dicing and prepping. >> this is a great display. a gold post. >> reporter: she is in charge of the marketing. >> we stock up. big focus for us. >> reporter: it is targeting the 49er watch parties on sunday. online, busy. >> they have been getting a lot of requests. wings and platters and -- they are all gone. >> absolutely, yeah.
people stopping by on their way to a party. >> reporter: a busy baker. she says pre-game hot spot for those throwing house parties sunday. >> cutting cookies, football shaped cookies, ton of 49ers. a couple of the opposing team cookies. >> reporter: this man has been to 600 plus home games. at 6:00 p.m. what he is up to on sunday and the plans he has for february 2. live, mike mibach, ktvu channel 2 news. >> 49ers head coach jim harbaugh says he has been thinking about what he would give to take part as a player in a game like this sunday against the seahawks. >> reporter: [ inaudible question ] >> to play this game? yes. i was thinking like a body part. could i do without an arm.
>> instead jim harbaugh will be coaching across the field from a man he doesn't like, pete carroll. jim harbaugh denied he had animosity towards pete carroll. he said their rivalry is only about two things, competition and winning. for the mayors of san francisco and seattle this weekend's game will be an ed to ed battle. they have a friendly wager on the game. the losing mayor will help the other raise $10,000 for a meal program in the winning city and they will donate food. for mayor ed lee that includes ice cream can, chocolates and bloody mary mix. and you can watch the nfc championship game right here live on ktvu. kickoff is 3:30 p.m. and stay with us immediately after the game for our point after show. we are also sending a large
crewp to seattle, including -- crew to seattle, including julie, mark ibanez and joe fonzi, they will be kicking off live thursday night and we are planning two specials, one at 6:30 p.m. friday night and 9:00 p.m. on sunday night. the psychology of setting a fire, what one expert said what this video reveals. >> another day of fire danger. how long it will be before we get a break in the run of record setting temperatures. >> a new competition in the east bay is saving lots of water.
cooked thoroughly to 165. i feed my kids turkey tacos over regular tacos any day. i think they are light and they are just fresh tasting. yeah. when i eat well, i feel well. anncr: it's time for a better taco. the tacos tonight were pretty much perfect. make the switch. look for jennie-o ground turkey in a store near you. a car hit and killed a
pedestrian today in oakland about 1:10 a.m. this morning. the chp said they received calls of a man staggering and then calls that a man was hit. the 35-year-old victim died at the scene. the crash closed eastbound lanes for an hour. at this point investigators have no idea why he was walking on the freeway. police are looking for a driver who hit and killed a pedestrian last night about 7:30 p.m. the victim was a man in his 50s. they haven't yet released his name. witnesses said the car that hit him looked like it was a dark colored charger or monte carlo. lawmakers zeroed in on the high-speed rail in california. the rail authority chairman defending the project.
>> reporter: accusing them of with holding information from congress. >> reporter: the administration is preparing to cut more checks to california to help build the high-speed rail project. but those payments require the state match the money. he opposes the high-speed rail plan is demanding to see how they spend tax pair dollars so far. -- payer dollars so far. the high-speed rail authority chairman was summoned to defend the project. he said despite legal set backs the project is moving forward. although he said work is running a few months behind. >> physical construction will start within 2 or 3 months and within 5 years we will have the first segment built. >> the cost of the project is holding steady, the project over the next 15 years will cost $68 billion. that is too big of a bill for
him. he is drafting legislation to stop funding for the project. she says california needs high- speed rail. democrats argue it is a worth wild investment. ktvu channel 2 news. >> more details now. work has already begun through the central valley. the next step is to build from merced to the san fur nando valley and then san jose and los angeles. next commuter rails would be connected. and the high-speed rail lines would be extended to san diego. it is believed a transient started a fire that destroyed three homes and outbuildings. it broke out yesterday afternoon. we covered it live during the 5:00 p.m. and six p.m. newscast. it started as a 10-acre brush
fire but quickly drew. between 40 and 50 acres burned before firefighters cleared the scene around 9:30 p.m. last night. a dozen people had to evacuate but no one was hurt. warm today for the middle of winter. now to our chief meteorologist bill martin, feels like we got records going. >> a couple records today. warm again today. california really hot. check out the numbers from oceanside north. 89 degrees in oceanside. 83 salinas. temperatures look like this, lots of 70s. couple records. i will show you those in a minute. 70 livermore. 70 concord. 15 degrees above the average. here is the record. 77. mountain view tied a record, 72 degrees. get the picture. second straight day. and we will continue into the next couple days.
warm weather and high pressure own the area. the jet stream is to the north. we stay high and dry and above average temperatures and keep the red flag warning in the forecast because it is here till tomorrow morning. looking forcontinued gusty winds in the east bay hill -- for continued gusty winds in the east bay hills. north bay hills. you saw the delta yesterday. the fuels are so dry. even without the winds things are burning. usual year. the forecast for tonight, clear and cool. breezy in the hills. sunny skies tomorrow. warm, just like today. the weekend, the winds shift and we cool off a touch. over night lows, cold in the santa rosa area. upper 20s. frost, freeze up in these areas. the rest of us low 40s. highs 72 vacaville.
this looks like yesterday and the day before. high-rise well above average and lingering. this is very warm pattern that is just stuck. 71 castro valley. why no spare the air night? winds are there. if the winds were not there we would get spare the air night. there is enough winds that we are not seeing spare the air nights and spare the air day. over night lows tonight cool. five-day forecast with your bay area weekend in view plenty of sunshine here. no rain in this five-day forecast. when i come back, 20 minutes, i will talk about the long, long range models. i will roll through january and we will look at the forecast for the seahawks game. big, big game on channel 2 sunday. >> thank you. after a break here gas
prices are on the rise in california. the average price is $3.64 a gallon. san jose $3.61 a gallon. oakland $3.62. san francisco $3.71. home sales to a six year low last month. people purchased 6700 homes in december. 13% below. the lowest since december 2007. a new revelation about the terror attack at the u.s. consulate in libya the warnings that could have been heeded to protect. >> and at 6:00 p.m.
a car slams into church. how witnesses say it was an organ that protected the congregation from getting hurt and killed by fair truck responding to the asiana airlines crash. what one first responder says that shows firefighters knew the teen was there. these stories and much more coming up new at 6:00 p.m. at ikea, we don't just design furniture.
help civilians effected by the civil war in syria. the united nations said 6.5 billion is needed. the united states is encouraging the syrian government and the rebels to allow shipments the to area. the attack on the u.s. consulate in libya could have been prevented if the obama administration listened to warnings about terrorist attacks in the area, that is what a committee said today. >> the intelligence was there. it was there for six months. and ongoing and if it was read it should cause people to understand that this is a place that had minor attacks, two of them, within six months and other major attacks in the area. and that perhaps our embassador should not have been there. >> the teariests haven't been
-- terrorists haven't been captured 16 months later. he listed ben zazi as a phony sandal pushed by republicans. >> -- benghazi as a phony scandal pushed by republicans. >> the committee's report has 18 recommendations for making it safer. killed in the attack were u.s. ambassador chris stevens, a university of california at berkeley graduate and three other americans. we reached out to the u.s. ambassador chris stevens' family and they said they haven't seen the report. coming up, a expert breaks down what is behind these crimes and what the surveillance videos reveal about the fire bug and the 49ers solve their parking problem, the trade off the team is making for make room for monday night football. ;
walking around this neighborhood. and now neighbors are hoping for word of an arrest. >> we have been telling you about the search since suspicious fires started a week ago. tonight ktvu's robert handa asks what the videos reveal about the motivation of the arsonist in a neighborhood that is filled with cameras. >> reporter: san jose police detectives were out examining the fires set by the serial arsonists in the neighborhood during the past week. the police department is leading the investigation into 13 arson or suspicious fires. the step up is good for the homeowner who shot this video of someone setting his house on friday. he said the determination demands more police involvement. >> he is not satisfied. he wants to get a major fire going and he has been unsuccessful. >> we have more detectives and they have experience with long
term criminal investigations. we have special operations. we have more resources with those things. >> the arsonist's behavior did not surprise this professor. >> somebody is into fires, he might have some of that. once he wants to set this fire, he is going to want to make sure it goes. >> the possible suspect seems to fit the typical profile, being a white male in his late teens teens and they are loaners with misguided anger. >> these people don't have friends often times. these are strangers' homes even though he may live near the nearby but he doesn't know everybody. >> reporter: many here are out looking for him.
as one person put it, people believe he hasn't gone away. robert handa, ktvu channel 2 news. this is the video we showed the profiler. we obtained it from a neighbor. residents shared their videos in hopes of catching the arsonist and investigators released this sketch. anyone with information about this person of interest is asked to call san jose police. continuing coveragep of our -- coverage of our record breaking warm weather. look at that. colincaulk -- contra costa county. the hills are under a red flag warning tonight but those same warm dry conditions that are creating fire danger are the same conditions making for a spectacular day. ktvu's noelle walker traveled around the bay area to see how folks are enjoying the warmth in the middle of winter.
tough assignment. >> reporter: yeah. i had to break out the flip- flops today. 82 degrees in santa cruz today. you believe it? our vacation at work was like chevy chase vacation. but take a look here at what we saw. up and down the coast, a great beach day. >> the water is awesome. >> doesn't get much better than this. >> it is warm for northern california standards. [ laughter ] >> reporter: a person beach day in pacifica. >> water is awesome. >> reporter: doesn't get much better than this. >> it is warm for northern california standards. [ laughter ] >> reporter: a perfect beach day in pacifica. >> we need the rain. it is been gorgeous.
>> reporter: she sent her day off catching waves. >> this catches everything. >> the day was nice enough to stick around. >> it is flattening out now. like summer. >> reporter: on a sunny summer day in santa cruz the boardwalk would have roler coaster riders. on this summer day in winter, there are people making tracks to the beach like it is their job. >> this is beautiful. >> reporter: she worked on her tan. while mike worked the beach. in the summer she rolling for -- he is trolling for treasure every week and the sun was shining on him today.
even a bad day at the beach beats a good day at work. the commute a little more leisurely rer golfers teed it up. we need -- where golfers teed it up. we need the rain but we will have to settle for a rainbow. you can take that perfect picture and send it to your family and friends back east from northern california with love. reporting live in pacifica, noelle walker, ktvu channel 2 news. >> what a shot. it appears the warm weather is here to stay. there is no rain in sight. at 5:45 p.m. how they are hoping competition could be the answer to conservation during a drought. big score for the san francisco 49ers. the team said it secured 10,000
additional parking spaces within walking distance. that brings the total number of spots to 31,000. mission college, great america and the golf course across the street. >> it will probably cause damage, i am sure. i don't know. they have experience. >> the 49ers will pay for improvements to the golf course and monday and thursday night games are back in play because of the additional parking. the price of parking is going up from $30 at candlestick park to $40 in santa clara. buildings demolished today to make room for a new development. at 10:00 a.m. this morning they began their demolition work. it makes way for a new development that includes
housing and commercial space. one of the largest water utilities is hoping peer pressure will be the answer to get home owners to conserve. why water officials think competition may be the way to get folks to turn off their taps. >> if your child downloaded an app without permission, apple may owe you money. >> also 155 lives were saved on this day on the hudson river. captain sullenburger reflects on the events 5 years ago that made him an american hero. ♪
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new child molestation charges were filed against a golf coach. andrew michael nisbet faces 75 felony counts. two boys at the camp accused him of sexual abuse. today new charges came after third victim came forward. he is being held without bail. three teen boys admitting to sexual assaulting a teenager who killed herself. she hanged herself in 2012 after she passed out at a party and killed herself. smart phone pictures were taken
and shared. they have been ordered to serve 30 to 45 days. we contacted the court but officials said they can't comment. the u.s. supreme court today took up a free speech issue involving the rights of protesters demonstrators outside of abortion clinics. a 77-year-old filed allays against the state saying it vi- - filed a lawsuit against the state saying it violates free speech. >> you have to run a gauntlet of people who are screaming at you, sometimes trying to restrain you. >> justices expressed concerns about the law during arguments. apple will refund millions to customers whose children made purchases without permission of their parents.
the federal trade commission announced the settlement. apple is accused of not notifying parents about apps that allow children to spend money without consent. they received 37,000 claims from parents wanting refunds. bay area residents are being encouraged to conserve water with a friendly competition. >> in a drought it is hard to keep up with the joneses but a new competition is doing that and saving lots of water. >> after the break, a bunch of records today, which cities tomorrow could break records.
the military has obtained new video of the only american being held as prisoner of war. he was taken prisoner in 2009 in afghanistan and believed to be held by a network affiliated with the taliban. he appears to be in declining health. this is the first video they have released in three years. late this afternoon the house approved a bill to fund the government through the end of september. the $1.1 trillion plan funds school lunches, military pay.
it has bipartisan support. >> i understand that not everyone will like everything in the bill. that is the nature of compromise. but i believe this legislation reflects the best possible outcome. >> the senate is likely to approve the bill before saturday. new at 5:00 p.m. residents approving peer pressure when the state is facing a drought. ktvu's tom vacar shows us how a friendly reminder and competition can create big water savings. >> reporter: he is one of 10,000 customers who agreed to receive analysis of their water use to try to lower it. >> i am sure we are below where we need to be. >> we showed them their own water use, how it compared with
the average water use. >> you become your own opponent. >> reporter: like many others, he quit worrying about what his lawn looked like. others went whole hog. here is a home that saved a lot of water. one reason is this green front lawn, which is astro turf. turns out he is a true water wizard. >> at first i have a wife and a daughter. >> reporter: it became common place. he is under the average, but 4 gallons below water efficient homes. >> exactly what happens. this is what i do. it shows every time they send me a survey.
>> customer whose receive the reports reduce their water consumption by 5%. >> we all need to pitch in and do our part. >> reporter: they are considering rolling it out to their customer base. tom vacar, ktvu channel 2 news. let's talk about our weather because when was it, early december we got our last rain. >> it is been a while. got more records today. second straight day. look at the numbers. temperatures, 68 degrees, 73 at the san francisco airport. that is an all time record for the month of january for san francisco international airport. oakland airport, a record as well. mountain view, santa cruz, broke a record. it will continue. these are the highs from today. you can roll them into tomorrow because they will be similar tomorrow. not just us with the red flag
warnings. southern california, san bernardino, red flag warnings through tomorrow for the winds, dry conditions. the entire state having issues with dry, windy conditions. they could be an issue for firefighters. tonight, clear. chilly over night. like last night. upper 20s in santa rosa. outside tonight beautiful. good air quality with these winds. no spare the air day. you can see a long day. here is what is going on. long range -- or the pattern that has been with us for a long time. everything going to the north. gulf of alaska. over the top. this is why we have been dry. jet stream has to come to get us wet, not doing that. there is january. it continues dry and if i punch this up, it will continue
through the 25. other models suggest no rain through the 31. january at this point, you know, at this point looks like a wash. most rain we get is in january and february. big deal. 73 napa. these are the highs for your thursday. a lot like today. tomorrow a duplicate of today. frost this morning, icy conditions, you will have those again tomorrow morning. 80 degrees in santa cruz. tomorrow might be cooler. the five-day forecast with your bay area weekend in view, looks like -- same 5 day. temperatures trend down into the weekend. big game going on sunday. i mean, big deal. much different weather in seattle than last weekend with the wind ask the rape -- and the rain. 48 degrees, mostly cloudy, no rain.
good football weather in seattle. we are carrying the game here on channel 2. exciting time for all of us. >> super excited. can't wait. >> mark is on his way up there tomorrow. >> yeah. thank you. do you want to have a happy marriage? it is simple. don't have children. childless couples are more satisfied in life and feeling more valued by their partners. one of the keys was saying thank you and giving compliments. mothers were happier than any other group. women without children were the least happy with life. 49er fans have four days left to get a ticket to the nfc championship game sunday in seattle. we checked stub hub to see what tickets are going for. there is 3900 tickets left. yesterday at this time there were 5,000 and prices are coming down a bit from over $400 yesterday to $380 today.
49er fans are filling our inbox with their favorite -- in box with their favorite pictures. this picture of two tiny fans and they are in their finest 49ers gear. and here is a tiny cheerleader. we are also having a competition with our sister station to see who can get the most shares on facebook. share your 49ers spirit by sharing this facebook page. it says hamther hawks -- hammer the hawks. a building shut down because of toxic substances and captain sullenburger reflects on the miracle on the hudson. the credit he is giving to others today 5 years after his emergency landing right in the middle of the river. >> accelerating to the alter. how a car ended up inside this church and the reason nobody
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chemicals were found in the building. -- found in the building. faculty members have been relocated while it is being removed. >> we have some test results due today, we will need analyze those and see what the implications are. the informationing is ongoing. the situation continues to evolve and change. >> the goal is to finish the clean up by january 27 when school is back in session so faculty and students can use the building without concern. 5 years since the miracle on the hudson. january 15, 2009, captain sullenburger landed a disabled jet on the hudson river after a flock of geese damaged both planes engines. all 155 passenger and crew made it off safely. and today captain sullenburger joined members of the crew and
passenger in new york to commemorate the anniversary. >> we have much to be thankful for. much was saved that day. and it is the efforts of the crooa, the rescuers and the first responders -- crew, the fescuers -- the rescuers and the first responders. >> following the news conference captain sullenburger and the others took a ride to toast to life. captain sullenburger retired in 2010. the plane is now on display in north carolina. the diner behind huge bay area restaurant tips is back in action. the latest random act of kindness happened in san francisco. a serve says a person offered to pick up the $389 tab for the people next to him and he left
a huge tip. >> tell them when he left that tip for jesus paid for themmal and i told them and -- them and i told them and i saw a $3,000 tip in it. >> she plans to use the $3,000 to go on vacation. the city of antioch is encouraging officials to reimburse the city for compensation they received during time off. the times reports the city counsel voted last night to approve the ordinance although it is non-binding. it encourages officials to reimburse the money they received while gone for a month or more. a law maker wants to out law wealth for crimes. attorneys for a teen who hit and killed four people argued his family's wealth gave him a skewed sense of consequences
for his actions. now a bill in california would ban the defense tactic here. now at 6:00 p.m -- >> a body right there. >> chilling new video recorded by firefighters responding to the crash of asiana airlines fight at sfo. >> no rain and mandatory water rationing may come but one county is making a change tomorrow. >> and only on 2, stopping gangs before they get started. a police program that targets elementary school kids. >> complete bay area news coverage starts right now, this is ktvu channel 2 news at 6:00 p.m. >> they saw her. new video recorded by firefighters responding to the crash of asiana airlines flight at sfo last summer. hello. i am gasia mikalian. >> and i am frank somerville. julie haener is off. the firefighters video shows the moments leading up to the point when a teenager was run
over twice by fire trucks. ktvu's eric rasmussen is in the news room, he has been reviewing the video with a former fire investigator and you learned about possible punishment for the firefighter who shot that video. >> reporter: this afternoon sources confirmed the fire chief filed disciplinary charges against the chief for wearing a camera on his helmet. he said that violates policy but leaders dispute that, now the video could play a role in the claim by the victim's family that first responders were negligent. >> there is a body right there. >> firefighter's helmet cam video captured the first warning about a victim on the ground near the crash of asiana airlines flight at san